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Interdisciplinary Global Health Field Course: Maternal and Infant Health in Morocco

This global health field course provides an integrated linguistic, cultural, historical, and public health experience in Morocco. Introduces students to the determinants of health in the third world and considers social, religious, epidemiological, economic, technological, legal, historical, and family issues that impact birth, pregnancy, women’s health, and health of newborns and children.


Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): III Term(s): Offered?: No Language?: No

Ellen Amster

Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Department of Religious Studies | Jason A. Hannah Chair in the History of Medicine

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor Co-requisite(s): ARABIC 3GH3 Available as a study-abroad experience in the Spring only. This course is intended for students who are entering Level III or above in the following Fall/Winter Session. Students interested in this course must contact Dr. E. Amster by February 15 for application instructions. There is an additional cost associated with this course. This course is administered by the Department of History.